The longest video games in history (part2)
Final Fantasy XII
Most games in the Final Fantasy series take at least 40 hours to complete, but in Final Fantasy XII, we see this time increase even more. Assuming you do not deviate too much from the main story of the game and have the lowest failure rate, it will take about 100 hours to complete the game.
Xenoblade Chronicles II
Xenoblade Chronicles II was released late last year and, like the previous version, takes a long time to complete. You will need about 100 hours to complete and reach the main end of the game, but by completing the side objectives in the game and exploring different areas, it will take about 200 hours to complete the game!
Persona 5 probably has the longest main storyline on the list. It will take more than 100 hours to complete the game without deviating from the main course of the game and with the least defeat. But if you want to play all the different sections and get the full score, the game will take more than 150 hours.
Just like Persona 5, it takes more than 100 hours to complete the main story of Rainbow Moon, and if you want to make time for other parts of the game, it will take you about 150 hours to complete the game.
What makes Fallout 4 a great open-world game is the game’s diverse DLC (DLC) or “translatable content”. Noka World alone is a very impressive area to explore and explore, and even without using DLCs and following the main storyline of the game, it will take more than 100 hours to complete the game.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Again, like Fallout 4, Skyrim offers you a vast area to explore from the start. In the game, there are different groups and associations to join and complete their stages. Like other open-world WRPG games on this list, your experience with this game may be quite different, but most players need more than 100 hours to complete the game.